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LES nice job I could tell your a detailer just from all the evidence I see.... nice job for sure and yup space goes super fast that’s for sure.... juggling bikes for now while I wait on a lift..... by the way- advance lifts, I’m NOT going with... I was quoted 3400.00 and after a deposit and “fees” it came out to 4200- NO THANKS I’m going to look into bendpak again
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That Banshee looks bone stock except for the air box being replaced





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That Banshee looks bone stock except for the air box being replaced
I have 3....two of which are basically brand new... My two boys one day will be whipping them around just like I did- like our 350’s stick is a dying breed, so are the two strokes
 

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That’s awesome. I’ve been looking for a good Banshee in local SC. Hard to find one in great shape.
 

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Getting harder and harder... I turned down 8500.00 for that blue 06.... eBay I saw one sell for 16K in the box still.... I’m just going to hold onto them for my boys- #bestdadever
 

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Adams.... they are pretty good at taking my money... I have so many products and I’m overly OCD when it comes to organization Completing my garage can’t come soon enough nice setups gents
 

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When you have a garage you put stuff in it. When you have a BIG garage you put MORE stuff in it! When you have many cabinets you have storage for even MORE stuff! In my case detailing products. Yah, maybe a little out of control! I like my stuff! :)
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When you have a garage you put stuff in it. When you have a BIG garage you put MORE stuff in it! When you have many cabinets you have storage for even MORE stuff! In my case detailing products. Yah, maybe a little out of control! I like my stuff! :)
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Impressive array of detail products, but a fridge with no beer?
 

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I like your style.

Adams.... they are pretty good at taking my money... I have so many products and I’m overly OCD when it comes to organization Completing my garage can’t come soon enough nice setups gents
Indeed they are. I am OCD as well, years in military drilled that into me, so I understand completely. I enjoy seeing your updates on your new garage.

I am awaiting delivery of my shed so I can move everything, not car related, out of my garage, into it. Once that is done then I can install my Craftsman cabinets. Can't wait.

I want to have epoxy put down on the floor, but have noticed members using the mats. I guess there is pro and cons to both.
 

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I like your style.
Thanks man. I like Adam's, a lot. Are there better products out there? Sure. I'd even say absolutely. But in all my years of detailing and being exposed to detailing (my dad was a pro), I have never found one company or one place where I found literally everything good under one roof...until I discovered Adam's. Some of their stuff is better than others, but all of it is great. Customer service is top shelf as well. My last order I received an extra gallon of CS3 that I did not order. An $80 value. I didn't bother calling them about it because I know it wasn't a mistake. They do that.


I want to have epoxy put down on the floor, but have noticed members using the mats. I guess there is pro and cons to both.
Many, and they are significant.
 

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Impressive array of detail products, but a fridge with no beer?
I’m a diabetic and have to watch what I eat and drink! I’m 58 pounds lighter from getting off sugar type food and drinks. I’m off medication for diabetes and controlling it with diet and exercise. I walk 3 miles a day. I really do like a cold beer but it is a slippery slope if I start drinking beer! A beer makes me a little mellow and then some chips would be good! Then the bag of chips is gone. Then another beer and my willpower is out the window! I do cheat once in a while but I plan for it. When I detail a customers car I carb up the night before so I have the energy to work 5 hours detailing. I’m 71 and after 5 to 6 hours of detailing I’m DONE! Beer doesn’t help! Ya, I know how good it tastes! Just typing this makes me want a beer!
 

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I’m a diabetic and have to watch what I eat and drink! I’m 58 pounds lighter from getting off sugar type food and drinks. I’m off medication for diabetes and controlling it with diet and exercise. I walk 3 miles a day. I really do like a cold beer but it is a slippery slope if I start drinking beer! A beer makes me a little mellow and then some chips would be good! Then the bag of chips is gone. Then another beer and my willpower is out the window! I do cheat once in a while but I plan for it. When I detail a customers car I carb up the night before so I have the energy to work 5 hours detailing. I’m 71 and after 5 to 6 hours of detailing I’m DONE! Beer doesn’t help! Ya, I know how good it tastes! Just typing this makes me want a beer!
Your the man les!
 
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I like your style.



Indeed they are. I am OCD as well, years in military drilled that into me, so I understand completely. I enjoy seeing your updates on your new garage.

I am awaiting delivery of my shed so I can move everything, not car related, out of my garage, into it. Once that is done then I can install my Craftsman cabinets. Can't wait.

I want to have epoxy put down on the floor, but have noticed members using the mats. I guess there is pro and cons to both.
I would highly recommend Swiss trax- a thousand videos on YouTube obviously there is pros and cons to both- BUT for me it was never wanting a mess or another project I don’t have time for the epoxy to eventually get redone ... SO swisstrax was my decision - compared to racedeck, the quality of swisstrax wasn’t just so much better- of course YouTube can break it down for ya I won’t get into it -
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Amen on Swisstrax floors.
 

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I would highly recommend Swiss trax- a thousand videos on YouTube obviously there is pros and cons to both- BUT for me it was never wanting a mess or another project I don’t have time for the epoxy to eventually get redone ... SO swisstrax was my decision - compared to racedeck, the quality of swisstrax wasn’t just so much better- of course YouTube can break it down for ya I won’t get into it -
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I see the tiles are set up to drain - which is great...but what about dust/dirt/debris that is going to settle in the "mesh"? Looks like you'd need to take them up and clean every so often to keep them all nice and clean looking.
Don't get me wrong, I love how it looks! makes your garage come alive!
 

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